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Tuesday, October 31, 2006

The Bounding Overwatch

The most important skill for every player and team to master …
By Bruce 'Charon' Johnston

originally published in issue 2:2 of RECON Magazine

You are trying to become the best paintballer at your field. You play every chance you get, read all the magazines and watch all the videos. No matter what you try there is one skill you must completely master before you can take your game to the next level. One skill more than any other will make you the master of woodsball or tourneyball - the "Bounding Overwatch".

Keeping it Together. Stay together and stay strong!

Don't let your team become an ugly statistic.. Stay together and stay strong!
By Bruce 'Charon' Johnston

originally published in the November 2006 issue of Paintball Sports Magazine
Every weekend, you call up the same group of guys. You pool your money to buy paint, then, piling your gear bags into the back o f a van, head off to the local field. After a few months, it's really starting to come together. Other players hunt you down during the game-or ask you for tips afterwards! The head ref puts on the other team with the walk-ons with their baggy sweatshirts and rental markers to "even out the sides"

Stay In The Game

Your mindset is just as important as your skill set if you want to become a great player
By Bruce 'Charon' Johnston

originally published in the November 2006 issue of Paintball Sports Magazine
We all want to become better paintballers, score more eliminations and survive to the end of every game. Great paintballers are not born they are made. Making yourself into a one person wrecking crew on the field may not be as hard as you think, but it will take time. Fortunately time is on your side if you use it wisely. To help speed your journey here are a few tips to becoming a great paintballer.

Friday, October 20, 2006

Mersey Road Open Class Speedball Tournament

High winds and cool temperatures greeted the competitors for the season ending outdoor open class three man speedball tournament that was held at Mersey Road Paintball on October 21, 2006. Fredericton GT winners Team Apocalypse from South Shore Paintball did a stellar job as hosts and referees for the event and set up a field that put a premium on speed and mobility rather then pure volume of fire.

Sunday, October 1, 2006

Local Team Finishes Third at International Tournament

A local paintball team, the Tippinators, made their first successful journey into international waters, capturing a third place finish at the Tippmann Three Man Challenge held at Skirmish USA, Jim Thorpe PA on August 20, 2006. That the Tippinators were able to finish on the podium in the event is no small feat in the talent filled 12 team tournament that featured two teams from Thor Omega who are semi pro players who feed the professional Tippmann Effect PSP (Paintball Sports Productions) and NPPL (National Paintball Players League) teams.